What smart casual pants & chinos to wear at work

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Add personality with a pocket square

For the simplest and most classic smart-casual looks, you can add some personality with a pocket square. Just keep it rough and not too flamboyant in its folding.

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Go to the dark side

Dark greens and browns are perfect for winter because they're a tonal evolution from autumnal shades. Darker colours are easier to work with shorter days and cold weather without skimping on style.

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Dark meets light

Mix up your light and dark colours to create a well-balance outfit that, thanks to the overcoat and suede boots, really nails a smart-casual vibe.

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Broaden your colour palette

When building your smart wardrobe, don't get hung up on blues and navys. Sure, they're formalwear heavyweights, but light and neutral shades like stone can work just as hard to complement darker tones.

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Break up an all-neutral look

Neutral tones form a sophisticated, minimal aesthetic, but they look even better with a bit of contrast. Layer a dark textured blazer on top to bring depth and interest – you can take it off when you want to make your monotone statement.

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Make it green

If you want to add some colour to your wardrobe but aren't sure where to start, then go green. It’s one of those colours that’s flattering to all men, works with neutrals like khaki, and instantly lifts your outfit.

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Balance light and dark contrast

It's easy to elevate a neutral overcoat with the right contrasting pieces. And it doesn't have to be complicated – a black rollneck and trousers is all it takes to help your lighter outerwear stand out.

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Style we love: funnel-necks

The collar of a funnel-neck coat offers protection from the elements with cuts a chic silhouette for extra style points. Make this your go-to outerwear for cold days when you still need to look sophisticated.

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